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A New Reading of the Animal Apocalypse of 1 Enoch : ""All Nations Shall Be Blessed""

Author: Daniel Olson
Publisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2013.
Series: Studia in Veteris Testamenti pseudepigrapha.
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A New Reading of the Animal Apocalypse of 1 Enoch offers a full theological analysis of this second-century BCE allegory and uses this as the basis for a new commentary on the text, presented in a fresh translation.
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Olson, Daniel.
A New Reading of the Animal Apocalypse of 1 Enoch : ""All Nations Shall Be Blessed"" / With a New Translation and Commentary.
Leiden : BRILL, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Olson
ISBN: 9789004247789 9004247785
OCLC Number: 830162259
Notes: 89:28-40: From the Exodus to the Settlement in the Land.
Description: 1 online resource (308 pages).
Contents: Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. The/ {Animal Apocalypse} as Allegory; 2. Unresolved Questions about the/ {Animal Apocalypse}; 3. History and Theology in the/ {Animal Apocalypse}: Recent Scholarship; 4. The Present Study; 5. Thesis; Part One. The Animal Apocalypse and the Offspring of Abraham; Chapter One. Looking at the Future: The Scope and the Focus of the Allegory; 1. Is the Scope of the Allegory Particular or Universal?; 2. The Focus of the Allegory: Eschatological Transformation; a. The nagar of 1En 90:38; b. Who Is the White Bull? 3. The Enoch Tradition and the Abrahamic Covenant4. Jacob and the Enochic Tradition; a. Jacob, Enoch, and the ""Book of the Watchers"" (1En 1-36); b. Jacob, Enoch, and the ""Astronomy Book"" (1En 72-82); c. Jacob, Enoch, and the ""Admonitions of Enoch"" (1En 91-105); d. Jacob, Enoch, and the ""Parables of Enoch"" (1En 37-71); e. Preliminary Conclusions, with a Caution; 5. Jacob, Enoch, and the/ {Animal Apocalypse}; Chapter Two. Looking at the Past: The Uses of History in the Allegory; 1. Is There ""History"" between the Two Jacobs?; 2. Qualifying for the Blessing. 3. ""Open Eyes"": Seeing the Glory of God4. Enoch and Jacob: Seers of the Glory; 5. Color and Location; a. Black versus White; b. Straying versus Staying-Returning; 6. The Three Dynamics; 7. Conclusions; Chapter Three. Looking at the Present: The Allegory in Its Own Historical Context; 1. Why Support the Revolt?; 2. Suiting the Allegory to Service as Propaganda; a. The Sin of Fratricide; b. The Strengths and Limitations of Leadership; c. The Diplomatic Touch; 3. Establishing a Two-Fold Authority; a. The Authority of Enoch; b. The Authority of Scripture and History; 4. Predicting the End. 5. The Evidence of the/ {Book of Jubilees}6. Conclusions; Part Two. The Animal Apocalypse (1En 85:2-90:42) Translation and Commentary; Chapter Four. The Text of the Animal Apocalypse; 1. Aramaic (Dead Sea Scrolls); 2. Greek; 3. Ethiopic; Chapter Five. Identifications of the Wild Animals in the Animal Apocalypse; 1. The Animals in 1En 89:10-11: Species; 2. The Animals in 1En 89:10-11: Ethnic/Political Identity; a. ""The Beasts of the Field""; b. ""The Birds of the Sky""; Chapter Six. Genesis through Kings (1 Enoch 85:2-89:58) Translation and Commentary. 85:2-10: The First Generations of HumanityTranslation Notes; General Comments; Explanatory Comments; 86:1-87:1: The Fall of the Watchers and the Birth of the Giants; Translation Notes; General Comments; Explanatory Comments; 87:2-89:1: The Seven Archangels and the First Judgment; Translation Notes; General Comments; Explanatory Comments; 89:2-9: The Flood; Translation Notes; General Comments; Explanatory Comments; 89:10-14: Noah to Joseph; Translation Notes; General Comments; Explanatory Comments; 89:15-27: Moses and the Exodus; Translation Notes; General Comments; Explanatory Comments.
Series Title: Studia in Veteris Testamenti pseudepigrapha.
Responsibility: With a New Translation and Commentary.

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A New Reading of the Animal Apocalypse of 1 Enoch offers a full theological analysis of this second-century BCE allegory and uses this as the basis for a new commentary on the text, presented in a fresh translation.

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